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Posted by Drew on 12/15/2013
The short version: If you don't mind a wait, you like great food made with great ingredients, enjoy an industrial atmosphere and/or love a lazy brunch spot, you'd be hard pressed to do any better than Roberta's. The long: One of the reasons I still overpay for a 1br in this neighborhood is because I'm in Roberta's delivery range. The food is amazing; pizza, entrees and brunch alike. From the braised goat to the Millenium Falco to the underrated breakfast sandwich, the range of options and quality is unrivaled by any other pizza place around here. It is pricy. Anyhow, to account for the oft-long wait, it is better to go as soon as the joint opens for brunch on the weekend, or off-peak dinner times. Get a bloody mary at the bar while you wait. Ask for it made with Akvavit if they've got it stocked. Amazing. The menu of pizzas rotates, but you can still make your favorites with the ingredients available as add-ons - guanciale, olive and egg among my favorites.
Posted by Henny on 09/04/2013
Did I mention that the staff is rude? Food is decent, but there is MUCH better pizza in other parts of Brooklyn (like Carrol Gardens and Park Slope). The poor service and snotty attitude makes dining here a completely unpleasant experience. If you don't notice this when the host takes your name down, you'll find out 3 hours later when you're finally seated. I'm not joking. 3 hours.
Posted by Eelgrass on 01/28/2012
Best Romaine salad I've ever had. Super briny pasta dish with mussels and uni. Delicata squash perfect.
Posted by Andy G. on 01/11/2012
It seems like a no-brainer in this part of town: bring pizza to the lofted masses. Unfortunately, Roberta's offers only thin and doughy pizzettes. We ate there in the summer, and the 90's dance party outside made our 45 min wait for a table almost unbearable. Definitely not worth the wait.
Posted by Blake on 12/29/2011
Overpriced hipster joint. Pretentiousness. I will never go back. Vezzo in midtown if you want good cheaper pizza and an even better atmosphere.
Posted by Pedro on 08/26/2011
This is for those of us who wear T-shirts in the winter, knit hats in summer and Converse All-Stars year around. The pizza is great but not cheap. Most of the other menu items cater to the people who take car service to get there or hop over from Park Slope. We want our enclave back!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/01/2011
What happened? From the service (wretched, miserable eye-rolling tattoo'ed hipster drones) to the prices (rape)... this is exactly what is making NYC suck. Go anywhere else for your pizza - you won't be disappointed.